perspective of safety as a whole, in terms of the social aspect, and the duty owed by those who won the game to those who play the game. and there is a continuing, a scale of risk. as packet just said. and it is not just the risk of getting injured. you are never going to have any sport that is totally safe. there will be some injury, a broken bone or whatever. but clearly, here you have enough science to understand there is a risk of concussions and a consequence to those concussions to which we are not appropriately addressing. is it a matter of education, or does the law step in and say education is too slow, we are moving towards a safer game, but since we have identified this particular issue having this affect on a most of the normal population, what, if anything, is the special duty by the league and those that play the game? in that continuant, in that balance of education versus duty, where do we draw the line, where will the a lot draw the line with respect to youth football, and as well, this afternoon, demaurice smith is here, professional players?